Robots are increasingly being used in various aspects of medicine. Some of the ways robots are currently being used in medicine include:
– Assisting with surgeries
– Delivering drugs to specific parts of the body
– Helping to diagnose diseases
– Monitoring patients’ health
– Providing physical therapy
There are many advantages to using robots in medicine. Robots can be extremely precise and can perform tasks that are difficult or impossible for humans to do. They also work quickly and can be used in difficult or dangerous environments. Additionally, they are often less expensive than human labor.
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Harmonics Bionics Partnership with Healthlink Holdings
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